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Coastal Vulnerability Maps and Study – U.S. East Coast and Texas

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Coastal Vulnerability Maps and Study – U.S. East Coast and Texas shows the elevation of coastal areas from Massachusetts to Florida.  A sea level rise planning study – which integrates information related to land use, zoning, and anticipated development to determine the future likelihood of shore protection and prevention of inland wetland migration – is also included.  This study covers coastal areas from Massachusetts to Florida, and Texas.

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